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Western Signal
Eastern Signal
Bell:GS E Bell
GE Wayside Signal
Base: WCH Single Sided
WCH Single Sided
Main Lights: 2 pairs of 12"x24" Dialight Ball LEDs in WCH frames
3 pairs of 12"x24" Dialight Ball LEDs in WCH frames
Light Bracket:
WCH
WCH
Gate Lights: 4" RECO
4" RECO
Gate Mechanism: Invensys Rail
Invensys Rail
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Crossbuck font:
Normal font, double sided
Normal font, double sided
Bell Cycle: Unknown
N/A

All pictures were taken on April 15, 2017, by Tommy McGowan.
This crossing is located on the W&LE Carey Sub.

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Overview of an odd looking gated setup facing east.
Overview facing west.
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The normal looking western signal.
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The odd looking eastern signal.  This has a GE wayside signal mounted on the same mast as the crossing signal.  The wayside signal is the WB approach signal to the diamonds with the Ashland Railway.
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The relay bungalow in the southwest quadrant.
The grade is all wood.
Track view facing west towards Route 603.
Track view facing east towards Townline 111.